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No1 OS movies

2012 The Intouchables Wein. $328.5 100.00%

2011 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 WB $947.1 71.30% D

2010 Alice in Wonderland (2010) BV $690.1 67.40%

2009 Avatar Fox $2,021.8 72.90% D

2008 Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Par. $469.5 59.70%

2007 Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End BV $654.0 67.90%

2006 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest BV $642.9 60.30% D

2005 Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire WB $606.9 67.70%

2004 Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban WB $547.1 68.70%

2003 The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King NL $742.1 66.30% D

2002 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets WB $617.0 70.20%

2001 Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone WB $657.2 67.40% D

2000 Mission: Impossible II Par. $331.0 60.60% D

1999 Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace Fox $551.7 56.10% D

1998 Armageddon BV $352.1 63.60%

1997 Titanic Par. $1,410.6 70.10% D

1996 Independence Day Fox $511.2 62.50% D

1995 Die Hard: With A Vengeance Fox $266.1 72.70%

1994 The Lion King BV $528.8 62.80% D

1993 Jurassic Park Uni. $557.6 61.00% D

1992 The Bodyguard WB $289.0 70.30%

1991 Terminator 2: Judgment Day TriS $315.0 60.60% D

1990 Ghost Par. $288.1 57.00%

1989 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Par. $277.0 58.40%

The table will show (when get it right :angry: ) the No1 movies of each year OS. No Superhero movie ever made it. Only 1 animated movie TLK. In the same period 4 SH movies and 4 animated movies were No 1 for the year DOM.

Harry Potter is king.

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Table shows Marvel's The Avenger grosses over the installments and over the territoriestable comingnoteworhy CA's best OS territories Brazil and Mexico, perhaps they think they are America too

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Table shows 3D% in OW DOM and OS% of last blockbusters65% Titans 2 72.20%64% John Carter 74.40%52% The Lorax 28.70%65% Ghost Rider 2 60.60%74% Journey 2 68.60%74% Underworld 4 61.10%74% Tintin 79.30%75% Hugo 59.20%53% Arthur Christmas 68.50%50% Happy Feet 2 57.40%66% Immortals 63.20%51% Puss in Boots 73.00%55% 3 Musketeers 84.60%50% Dolphin Tale 24.20%44% Spy Kids 4 50.65%61% Conan(reboot) 56.40%75% Final Destinaton 5 73.00%45% The Smurfs 74.70%40% Captain America 52.10%43% Harry Poter 8 71.30%60% Transformers 3 68.60%40% Cars 2 65.80%45% Green Lantern 47.00%45% KungFu Panda 2 75.20%46% Pirates 4 76.90%60% Thor 62.80%60% Rio 70.40%The average overseas percentage of a 2D blockbuster in 2011 was 62.2%.17 of the 27 3D blockbusters have a higher percentage clearly indicating that 3D is loved more abroad.For adult film a tyical 3D percentage is 60+, for a children movie sub 55.Interesting Conan(reboot) got less than average OS-love

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International blockbusters the French loved more than the NorthAmericansMovie ratio French Gross/DOMestic GrossHereafter ,5100The Jungle Book 2 ,4084Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason ,3866Drive (2011) ,3783The Golden Compass ,3640Transporter 3 ,3585Season of the Witch ,3540Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs ,3522The Legend of Zorro ,3386Ratatouille ,3180J. Edgar ,3150The Princess and the Frog ,3101Australia ,3030Eragon ,2985Fame (2009) ,2949The Island ,2912Brother Bear ,2841Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Wer ,2800The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of ,2755Piranha 3D ,2750Zodiac ,2746We Own the Night ,2697Alexander ,26652012 ,2651Atlantis: The Lost Empire ,2626The Brothers Grimm ,2590Scream 4 ,2565Project X ,2519Bridget Jones's Diary ,2511Ice Age: The Meltdown ,2479Intolerable Cruelty ,2475Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa ,2348In Time ,2311Surrogates ,2234Puss in Boots ,2227Surf's Up ,2219The Rite ,2211Million Dollar Baby ,2203Unleashed ,2196Final Destination 5 ,2181Fracture ,2129Avatar ,2111Transporter 2 ,2102The Ladykillers ,2094Inglourious Basterds ,2072King Arthur ,2069Shutter Island ,2063Step Up 3-D ,2052Bolt ,2050The Sorcerer's Apprentice ,2048Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Ti ,2042Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets ,2028Michael Jackson's This Is It ,2018Kingdom of Heaven ,2011Burn After Reading ,1980Peter Pan ,1978Miami Vice ,1963Tangled ,1962Planet 51 ,1959Shrek Forever After ,1953Perfect Stranger ,1939The Smurfs ,1937Kill Bill Vol. 1 ,1934The Happening ,1920Abduction ,1915Finding Nemo ,1907Gran Torino ,1883Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban ,1882Knight & Day ,1876Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time ,1835Quantum of Solace ,1831Enchanted ,1822The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian ,1797Body of Lies ,178940 Days and 40 Nights ,1782Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoeni ,1775Rambo ,1770Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pa2 ,1767Gothika ,1754Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire ,1751High School Musical 3: Senior Year ,1741The Matrix Revolutions ,1738Robin Hood ,1730Ocean's Twelve ,1729Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pa1 ,1727Rio ,1724Ray ,1692Kung Fu Panda 2 ,1686Rise of the Planet of the Apes ,1683Green Zone ,1674Tim Burton's Corpse Bride ,1666Paul ,1662Hannibal Rising ,1661The Curious Case of Benjamin Button ,1634Mirrors ,1633The Simpsons Movie ,1622Spider-Man 3 ,1622Casino Royale ,1607State of Play ,1600The X-Files: I Want to Believe ,1590Flushed Away ,1587Stuart Little 2 ,1585Arthur Christmas ,1582Get Rich or Die Tryin' ,1564Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End ,1559The Incredibles ,1542The Da Vinci Code ,1525The list is ordered descending by ratio and shows only those with a ratio > 15.24% that is the ratio of the top 20 French(international) and DOM blockbusters in 2011.The only SH movie that made the list: SM3.

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Table shows 3D% in OW DOM and OS% of last blockbusters

65% Titans 2 72.20%

64% John Carter 74.40%

52% The Lorax 28.70%

65% Ghost Rider 2 60.60%

74% Journey 2 68.60%

74% Underworld 4 61.10%

74% Tintin 79.30%

75% Hugo 59.20%

53% Arthur Christmas 68.50%

50% Happy Feet 2 57.40%

66% Immortals 63.20%

51% Puss in Boots 73.00%

55% 3 Musketeers 84.60%

50% Dolphin Tale 24.20%

44% Spy Kids 4 50.65%

61% Conan(reboot) 56.40%

75% Final Destinaton 5 73.00%

45% The Smurfs 74.70%

40% Captain America 52.10%

43% Harry Poter 8 71.30%

60% Transformers 3 68.60%

40% Cars 2 65.80%

45% Green Lantern 47.00%

45% KungFu Panda 2 75.20%

46% Pirates 4 76.90%

60% Thor 62.80%

60% Rio 70.40%

Die average overseas percentage of a 2D blockbuster in 2011 was 62.2%.

17 of the 27 3D blockbusters have a higher percentage clearly indicating that 3D is loved more abroad.

For adult film a tyical 3D percentage is 60+, for a children movie sub 55.

Interesting Conan(reboot) got less than average OS-love

Let out a bit of a German slip? :P
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To show the developement of the new giants: the admissions in millions over the years

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Funny to see how much bigger they have all been before the recent increases.

China comes from 29,300m admissions and Russia from 4,500m; compare that to 4,400m the highest for USA ever (1946) and 2,706m for India the current (2010) champion.

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The one before the enlargement in 2004, see in this map.

Thank you.Data from seperate countries summed up as far back as 1950, although they became members only later.Our 12 new members would contribute about 87m admissions, which would still not be enough to match the USA (even if we deducted Canada).Those high European numbers in the 50s and 60s were mostly fired by local European production (I can lookup data if find enough): Förster vom Silberwald, La Grande vadrouille ,PANE, AMORE E FANTASIA and Thunderball are testimony to that. Only starting with the 70s (Jaws) did Hollywood realy overwhelm our cinemas. Edited by Rudolf
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The USA and worldwide admissions for Thunderball and most other Bonds are here:http://moonrakerbond.../admissions.htmFrance should be available via Cine-directors and Germany since 68 at Insidekino.de

going through all the movies would be too much work, I hope to find time series statiscs like percentage of local production (how it changedover the decades).
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Who loves John Carter (of Mars) most?

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The theoretical values in million $ are the grosses of John Carter corrected for the Hollywood-Blockbuster-market size in each country. This size is determined by the sum of the 15 biggest Holllywood blockbusters of 2011 (local blockbuster are not taken into account) The table is sorted descending by this theoretical value. JC is the gross of John Carter in million $ in each country.

Russia and China top, 2 spanish-speaking, but DOM, Australia higher than expected, Europe + rest of Asia at the bottom

Thetheoretical values could be interpreted either what would have been America's gross with the same love for this movie or what would this country have grossed had it the same marketsize as America.

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You will do this with other movies or just John Carter?

I've done it with TA in that threat.I'm planing a cluster analysis to show similarity patterns in movie tastes Edited by Rudolf
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To show the developement of the new giants: the admissions in millions over the years

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Funny to see how much bigger they have all been before the recent increases.

China comes from 29,300m admissions and Russia from 4,500m; compare that to 4,400m the highest for USA ever (1946) and 2,706m for India the current (2010) champion.

What the hell happened in 1995?
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